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Look at what our experts say about the most famous Spanish sausage
Learn about Almeria and its food
Orlando Gough reveals his ideas for a Spanish Tapas Summer
Based upon traditional recipes, our four sauces are made using the highest quality ingredients for an authentic taste.
Pilar is one of the team of anchovy filleters at Conservas Ortiz, based in the Basque country, Spain. She manually prepares every single anchovy before packing them into tins.
Our Brixton chef Ashley had the chance to learn new recipes from Head Chef, Josep Carbonell, at La Bellvitja.
According to the UN General Assembly, 2016 is the International Year of Pulses (IYP)! The IYP aims to heighten public awareness about the important role of pulses in sustainable food production and healthy diets across the world.
World cheese awards 2015: the results! Ten of our cheeses won awards this year.
Padrón peppers are tiny, green peppers. In the average plateful, the majority are sweet and mild and the odd one will be fiery-hot!
Get some ideas on how to use your ibérico ham off-cuts
Discover more about Seville, located in the South of Spain is one of the best places to find delicious Spanish food. Check out our blog post for some restaurant recommendations
Learn the technique to make the most of your ham
Learn a few tips on getting the very best from your cheeses, how to storage it to ensure it stays at its best for longer.
How can you judge the quality of saffron? Learn more about this spice very popular in Spanish cuisine
Learn all about La Montanera, when the ibérico pigs will fatten on their acorn rich diet.
We speak with Julián Sánchez from El Canario to learn all about Spanish chocolate.
Calçots are originally from Catalonia and they’re a cross between a spring onion and a leek. Check how our head chef Leo Rivera cook them at home
Spain is more than bullfighting, sun, sangría and fiestas. Discover in this post everything Spain has to offer.
Perhaps excepting the Japanese, nobody does fish quite like the Spanish, learn more about how Spanish eat their fish.
Great Taste Awards 2015, our winners list
Find out more about this beautiful island.
History and tradition to explain all about the real deal: paella valenciana.
Read more to learn what makes a good Gazpacho
Spain has the savoir faire attitude to the art of cooking tuna. Learn all about the different regional ways of using this delicious fish.
We talked to José Luís Martín.
Tried and tested recipes from the Brindisa team. Enjoy!
Find out about forthcoming events at our restaurants and shops.
Order tapas for your next party, Spanish ham for your kitchen, gifts for your friends and ingredients for your larder.